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Keller Lenkner Managing Partner Travis Lenkner joined other former Supreme Court clerks to discuss the Court’s major decisions from its 2018-2019 term.
Amazon’s Alexa-enabled devices are illegally recording and permanently storing the voices of children without consent, according to a federal class action lawsuit filed this week.
“The legal theory is very straightforward. These kids themselves never consented, if they even could. No one such as a parent ever consented on their behalf,” Travis Lenkner, one of the plaintiffs’ attorneys, told Yahoo Finance.
The minors' attorney, Travis D. Lenkner of Keller Lenkner LLC, said Tuesday that Amazon is plainly violating the law by recording children without consent.
"Amazon is using illegally obtained recordings of children to feed its data machine and boost profits, regardless of the consequences for privacy," Lenkner said in an email. "Our complaints seek injunctive relief and damages to stop Amazon from harnessing voiceprints of kids for its own gain."
A pair of class actions filed Tuesday by Keller Lenkner LLC and co-counsel Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP allege that Amazon’s Alexa-enabled devices, like Echo and Echo Dot, illegally record the conversations of children. “Alexa routinely records and voiceprints millions of children without their consent or the consent of their parents,” both complaints say.
City officials say Rochester has hired a coalition of law firms to handle this matter at no expense to taxpayers. The litigation will be led locally by the Minnesota firm of Hoff Barry P.A. National trial counsel will be the complex litigation boutique law firms Keller Lenkner LLC and Consovoy McCarthy PLLC.
The Pocatello City Council is expected to decide Thursday night whether to join a national class-action lawsuit against several pharmaceutical companies.
The agreement is with the Chicago based law firm of Keller Lenkner, LLC, Consovoy McCarthy Park, PLLC, and Mooney Wieland PLLC.
More than a year after its filing, Stanley Waleski’s lawsuit seeking $619.3 million more for 4,360 past and present Avoca-area residents exposed to contamination is still bouncing from court to court.
A California federal judge has awarded Keller Lenkner the lead counsel spot in a lawsuit alleging Netgear Inc. spinoff Arlo Technologies Inc. concealed important information from investors and sent the company’s stock price into decline following its initial public offering.
In a May 6 order, U.S. District Judge Beth Labson Freeman selected Arlo investor Matis Nayman as lead plaintiff, saying he made a “reasonable choice in counsel” by selecting Keller Lenkner LLC, while also approving his choice of Browne George Ross LLP as liaison counsel. The lawsuit alleges Arlo, a provider of remote access security cameras, and its executives are responsible for a more than 40% drop in stock price in less than four months after its IPO.
Class attorney U. Seth Ottensoser of Keller Lenkner LLC said the relationship with Theranos was the result of the Walgreens board's reckless actions to ensure they were the first to get to a deal with the company while disregarding its responsibilities to act reasonably and exercise its oversight obligations.
"The entire deal was rushed through with Walgreens hoping everything would be okay in the end," he argued.
General Electric Co. and CEO H. Lawrence Culp Jr. failed to promptly disclose the full extent of an investigation into the energy giant’s 2015 acquisition of French multinational company Alstom Energy, an investor said Friday in a stock-drop suit filed in New York federal court.